No Man's Land: Louisian's Final Frontier

No Man’s Land, also known as the Neutral Strip, located in western Louisiana along the Texas border once served as a buffer zone between Spanish-owned Texas and the newly acquired Louisiana Purchase of the United States. Originally home to outlaws and known as a notoriously tough and isolated place, today the region exhibits a culture defined by several diverse folk groups, including Native Americans, African Americans, Scots-Irish pioneers, and descendants of early Spanish colonists. Join us as we explore the history, the natural beauty, and the various cultures that make up Louisiana’s No Man’s Land.

*All pre-FAM’s require light to moderate walking and climbing a flight of stairs.

Tour Details:

  • Tour departs the Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center at 3:00pm Thursday, March 5, 2020
  • Tour returns to Baton Rouge on Saturday, March 7, 2020 for Evening Reception at the Rural Life Museum 
  • Cities include: Alexandria, DeRidder, Lake Charles, Jennings

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